Wolf Electronix Opens Facility in Loveland

April 2003
Circuits Assembly;Apr2003, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p13
Trade Publication
Wolf Electronix, an electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider, has announced the expansion of its contract manufacturing services into the Denver, Colorado area. The facility is fully functional and will begin operations in the month of April 2003. After nearly two years of exploring possibilities, the Wolf team stated in a press release that it is very optimistic about the number of jobs the company expects to create as it expands into Colorado.


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